Having a nuclear reactor on board a ship is not a new idea. Having a pair of Russian nuclear reactors on a barge in the Arctic Region is kind of novel however. I have been watching with interest the progress of the Akademik Lomonosov for a short while now and intrigued by the possibilities it […]Read More Northern lights? (or the glow from a reactor meltdown)
Eyewitness to history: Who was Elton C. Fay? Elton C. Fay, was an Associated Press reporter who covered the Pentagon from the days of World War II to the Vietnam War. His death was recorded in a common obituary and stated that he died at his Silver Spring, Md., home after a long illness. He […]Read More Eyewitness to history: Who was Elton C. Fay?
1954 – The year underwater warfare changed forever. I’ve always found it interesting that I was born in the same year the Nautilus was brought on line. I have a close family member (now deceased) who worked for Westinghouse and was part of the team that worked on her propulsion. Living in Western Pennsylvania, I […]Read More 1954 – The year underwater warfare changed forever